While we all know the inherent beauty that BABS possesses, she readily recognizes that there is always room for improvement. The challenge, though, is to improve while maintaining simplicity. I didn't want to add complexity to her natural beauty.
In the end, the only changes I made were to provide a bit more consistency and a bit more transparency.
Oh, but first, some ridiculously preliminary 2017...
While the the baseball universe waits impatiently for the always-controversial Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) Hall of Fame announcement, the fantasy industry has named its 2017 picks for the Rotisserie Hall of Fame: Prince Fielder, David Ortiz and Mark Teixeira. They are the... Read More
Sections of this article appear in The BABS Project.
As we start inching our way into the 2017 draft season, one of the hottest topics will be the handling of the first round in snake drafts.
Intuitively, you would think that first... Read More
An Op-Ed columnist in my local paper recently wrote a piece that she called her Annual Disclosure Statement. She said, “I have regular readers and new readers, but I can’t assume that everyone knows where I stand on the issues. Someone reading me for the... Read More
This is a free preview of the Introduction to The BABS Project.
ME: Hey, welcome.
YOU: Hi Ron. I see you’ve written another book.
Oh, this thing? Yeah, a writer’s gotta write.
What is it this time? BABS? Mayberry? LIMA? Some other arcane... Read More
During these apparently quiet off-season periods, it’s easy to lose sight of how much work is being done behind the scenes at baseball information sites. I’ve been busy working on The BABS Project ebook and laying the foundation for 2017 content here on this... Read More